necklace elements of fiction

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Name_________________________ Date__________________________ Elements of Fiction Practice “The Necklace” Directions: Please use your notes about the “Elements of Fiction” to answer the following questions about “The Necklace”. Be sure to answer the questions using complete sentences. 1. What is the major conflict in this story? What type of conflict is it? 2. From what point of view is the story told? How do you know? 3. Who do you think is the protagonist of this story? What method of characterization does the author primarily use to create the protagonist? Please write an example (from the story) of that method below. What does your example show about the character? 4. What is the setting in this story? Remember there are two parts to a setting.
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5. What would you consider the resolution of this story? Is it a positive resolution or a negative resolution? Why? 6. How does the protagonist change from the beginning of the story to the end of the story? 7. What possible symbolism could the necklace hold? 8. What do you think is the theme of this story? Write one sentence below that support your idea.
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